Friday, July 31, 2009

Liberty on the Lake


When my folks were up a few weeks ago we drove to Stillwater one day. This neighborhood was one of the main reasons I wanted to take them there. It's called Liberty on the Lake and every house is charming and unique!


Love all the different finishes on the exterior...stone, cedar shingles, siding. I wonder what the inside looks like??


Love
the cottage charm. Isn't that picket fence cute??


The
landscaping was really interesting too. Love those topiary trees and urns filled with red geraniums.


Oh
my...gorgeous window boxes and that porch!





Must
be garbage day...sorry and some of these are taken through my car window.



Looks
like Hansel and Gretel live here. How cute is that?


Last but not least...so lovely!!


Have a blessed day.


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35 comments:

  1. beautiful...
    i love wondering around looking at homes.
    thanks for sharing.
    xo

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  2. I love looking at homes from the outside but I always want to go in and see what they have done to the inside too!

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  3. These homes are beautiful. I have always wanted to visit Stillwater. I grew up 10 miles from the Minnesota border. I have heard it is a great town to visit. Thanks for sharing the pictures. Oh to live in a house like that on the lake, it would be wonderful.

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  4. How do you say "Ooo La La" in French?
    Wowza!

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  5. Wanted to drop by and say thanks for the sweet commentyou left on Teachable Hearts, on my guest post. Drop by and see my blog anytime.

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  6. First off, let me say, I adored your laundry room post!!! I am in the process of getting ideas for remodeling our laundry room and this gave me some sweet ideas...loved the glass windows! I also loved your post on the homes...just joined your site, too!

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  7. I love driving around and looking at houses like that. Sometimes I even get an idea or two for my own home.

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  8. I love houses like that! So charming!!

    We have a new suburb/neighborhood here that built houses like that. They don't have that old charm though!

    Great pix!

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  9. It's funny how you find such different styles of homes in different areas. Makes me want to move to where you live...

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  10. Oh I love driving around and looking at other people's places... just so much fun!

    Have a lovely weekend sweet friend!

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  11. I just LOVE the cottage style too. The picket fence is just the sweetest touch to add to the beautiful cozy style of these homes.

    If you have a chance, stop by my Blog and say hi!

    Have a wonderful day,
    Aimee

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  12. yep too wonderful and all for the rich and famous so what's the price tags on those lovelies?

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  13. WOW I love all of those houses! Me and my mom went on a drive to look at houses(mostly old) today and this neighborhood reminds me of our drive. The houses are gorgeous and I am so glad you posted about them!! Now I have to show my mom these houses!!!

    Love, Madison

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  14. One of my favorite things to do is drive around and look at homes. And I will admit I will go in to Open Houses just so I can see the inside! Every one of those homes you photographed are so charming! I can't pick one favorite! :-)

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  15. I love them! They remind me of Celebration, my husband and I Like to drive through there when we go to Orlando.

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  16. Be still my heart!!!! Love each and every one. :)

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  17. Loved this tour, I want to live on that street too, gorgeous!

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  18. What a beautiful neighborhood! I like the last picture - so cottagey!

    Manuela

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  19. Very pretty. I don't blame you for shooting them through your car window. I often go for walks with my camera and always wonder what people think when I stop and shoot a picture of their lovely house. Heehee!

    Thanks for swinging by today! <3

    2Shaye

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  20. What beautiful houses...I love the window boxes everywhere. And, how refreshing to see blue houses! Have a great weekend!

    :) T

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  21. I'm totally one of those girls that when I'm on a walk, don't leave your window wide open..... because you better believe that I'm going to be craning my neck to try and see how your house is decorated. My husband calls me nosy, I say it's appreciation of others inspiration :)

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  22. Wow those are beautiful!

    Great blog! Just found you thru a friends blog. Glad I did. Im following now!

    Please feel free to stop in and visit us at The Fort anytime, you are always welcome!

    Love and Prayers,

    Tim

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  23. Your blog. So cute.

    And those houses! The architecture. Gorgeous.

    Have a lovely SITS weekend.

    Sweet dreams.

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  24. Those are awesome!!! I wish our town was a town like that!!! Better yet I just wish my house was a gorgeous as some of those LOL!! Definitely loved the one with the different finishes!!

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  25. OH*MY*WORD!!!!! I want to live on that street...in ANY of those houses!!! *sigh*

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  26. I love to drive around and look at houses! How fun....and how pretty! Wow.

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  27. Just lovely. And thank you my friend for posting my button. You are the best!

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  28. Oh my dear! Thanks for sharing those photos!! Wow- gorgeous. The first one is my favorite!

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  29. Those are definitely gorgeous homes!

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  30. I am a proud owner of a home in that neighborhood, it is a special place to live. TOO bad people dont want to pay for houses with charm anymore and due to the economy all the builders who designed these homes are out of business.... cookie cutter builders are the only ones to survive. PS - they are just as cute on the inside too and each home is different.

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